10 Essential Oils to Naturally Support Your Endocrine System

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In addition to changing my diet from fairly strict vegetarian to autoimmune Paleo (about 80/20), I recently started supporting my endocrine system with essential oils. Use these 10 essential oils to naturally support your endocrine system.

I’ve been using EndoFlex and Myrrh regularly recently added Thyromin to my daily endocrine support routine.

10 Essential Oils for Your Endocrine System

1. Endoflex: Endoflex can help you maintain overall vitality with a proprietary blend of essential oils that support the endocrine system. It contains the essential oils geranium, spearmint, sage, myrtle, nutmeg, German chamomile and sesame seed oil. Apply it neat to the thyroid area to support the endocrine system. 

2. Myrrh: Pure unadulterated Myrrh essential oil (like Young Living’s) can be rolled on over the thyroid. It is a helpful aid to relaxation, having one of the highest levels of sesquiterpenes available. Sesquiterpenes are a class of compounds that have a direct effect on the hypothalamus, pituitary, and amygdala, the seat of our emotions.

3. Copaiba:  Copaiba is a powerful essential oil from South America that has traditionally been used to aid digestion and support the body’s natural response to injury or irritation.* Copaiba contains the highest amounts of beta caryophyllene (55 percent) of any known essential oil. You can take copaiba internally in a or rub it on tendons. You can also add it to your water in the morning to support your gut and body.

4. Ledum: Ledum can be rubbed over the thyroid to support your endocrine system. It is also believed to harmonize and balance the body’s daily needs.

5. Clove: Its antioxidant properties make it a great addition to an endocrine-boosting blend. Clove is the highest-scoring single ingredient ever tested for its antioxidant capacity on the ORAC scale.

6. Myrtle: Myrtle supports the hormones of your endocrine system. Myrtle also is one of four essential oils in the Thyromin supplement.  Supportive of the respiratory system, skin, and hair, it has been researched for its effects on glandular imbalances and its soothing effects when inhaled.

7. Peppermint: Another of the Thyromin essential oils, peppermint also works especially well when mixed in a roll-on bottle with Lemongrass essential oil.

8. Spearmint: This is great for digestion and nausea prevention. It’s also a stress reducer and is one of the essential oils in Young Living’s Thyromin supplement. A rich antioxidant, spearmint helps support the respiratory and nervous systems.

9. Thyromin supplement: Thyromin capsules include a special blend of porcine glandular extracts, herbs, amino acids, minerals, and therapeutic-grade essential oils in a perfectly balanced formula that maximizes nutritional support for healthy thyroid function.* The thyroid gland regulates body metabolism, energy, and body temperature. It includes Peppermint, Spearmint, Myrtle and Myrrh essential oils as well as Bovine adrenal and pituitary gland extract.

10. En-R-Gee: En-R-Gee contains Nutmeg, black pepper, rosemary and clove and these  are natural energy enhancers that may help with fatigue. It revitalizes with a blend of stimulating oils that have been used traditionally to help restore mental alertness. Uplifting and strengthening as the name suggests, it boosts energy.

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Comments

  1. Laurinda says

    If you’re on Synthroid, & still experiencing hypo symptoms, then perhaps you need a medication that replaces more than just the one hormone. Mary Shomon on About.com has a lot of information on T4 only drugs, & how they don’t always work for everyone.
    Or see the website Stop the Thyroid Madness.

  2. Chris says

    hi, what is #4 ledum exactly? I cannot translate it into german… what is the botanical name?
    I’ve found crystal tea, marsh tea and wild rosemary and I don’t know which one is right^^

  3. AUDREY says

    OF THESE 10 ESSENTIAL LISTED HERE……SHOULD THE Y BE USED WITH A CARRIER OIL OR STRAIGHT

    AND SHOULD YOU USE ALL OF THEM OR JUST ONE OR TWO

  4. MaYu says

    How do you apply the oil? Bottom of feet, on neck, or take with food? Other? Thanks.

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